John Zderko Dies: ‘Criminal Minds’ Actor Was 60

Washington [US]: John Zderko, a slow developer who showed up in shows like Criminal Minds, The Mentalist, 9-1-1: Lone Star, and Bosch: Legacy, has died at 60 years old.

As per his companion and individual entertainer Charley Koontz (Community, CSI: Cyber), Zderko kicked the bucket Thursday in Los Angeles of difficulties from his disease treatment, as revealed by The Hollywood Reporter.

Zderko showed up in the Bleeker Street film Breaking, which featured John Boyega and the late Michael K.

Williams and debuted at the Sundance Film Festival this year.

Zderko experienced childhood in Ohio, Colorado, and New Jersey, where he went to Park Ridge High School and played ball close by James Gandolfini.

According to The Hollywood Reporter, Zderko constructed an effective business profession in the wake of moving on from UC Irvine while likewise taking acting classes at UCLA. He quit his regular work and started following up on stage in Santa Monica’s West of Broadway under the course of essayist chief Dianne Name, prior to making his most memorable film appearance in 2005.

Zderko a went after by a featured as a man phantom who then, at that point, assumes control over his body in the 2014 blood and gore movie Apparitional (otherwise called Haunting of Cellblock 11).

Survivors incorporate his sister, Karen, brother by marriage Steve and nephews Jason and Jeff.

John Zderko, this year, showed up in the John Boyega Sundance film ‘Breaking’ and on ‘Bosch: Legacy’.

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